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Archive: April 2006


Posted on April 30, 2006

Here is a letter that was circulating around Teaneck this week. We hope you will write in to the company, too! I spoke with a representative of Whole Foods this week at an event at Englewood Hospital. The new Paramus store is in the planning stages and about 2 years away. She said if there Continue Reading »


Posted on April 28, 2006

It seems that Elijah the prophet was at Norman’s Steak and Burger during Pesach. And why not? After all, just about everyone else was there, too! We had a lovely post Passover chat with the ever so lovely and talented Robin Blank (she is the Norman of Norman’s), and she was still trying to recuperate Continue Reading »


Posted on April 27, 2006

This story appeared in the Gourmet Retailer on line edition this week: DuPont May Face Class-Action Suit Over Teflon APRIL 24, 2006 — Owners of Teflon-coated pots and pans in 15 states are seeking to have their cases combined into a $5 billion class-action lawsuit contending that DuPont Co. failed to disclose possible health risks Continue Reading »


Posted on April 26, 2006

According to a report in this week’s Kosher Today on-line newsletter, there is a new kosher fish being served in England. Aussie Jews have had the pleasure for some time now, but the fish is just now making it’s way to England. Can the USA be far off? A New Kosher Fish Debuts in England Continue Reading »


Posted on April 25, 2006

Blood oranges got started in Sicily- why are we not surprised?? If you have never eaten one, you have missed a great citrus treat. Less tangy than a regular orange and very red, these are excellent organges for eating, juicing or using in recipes. With warm weather here, what could be better than a blood Continue Reading »


Posted on April 24, 2006

We hope that you had a wonderful Passover. For those of you who tried the Passover Hot Line but either did not get through or did not get a call back, we beg your pardon and understanding. It turns out that our electronic phone system was not quite up to the task! The answering and Continue Reading »


Posted on April 18, 2006

We came across this story on the web. We were able to determine that it is a true story. It concerns a group of Chareidi hackers in Israel with a mission to blot out pornography on the web. There’s interesting news out of Israel, where a group of ultra-Orthodox hackers are waging a war against Continue Reading »


Posted on April 17, 2006

This story comes to you from the GREEN GUIDE #113 March/April 2006 Kosher Organic Eggs for Passover by Amy Topel “Passover is the Jewish celebration of liberation from slavery. To prepare for Passover, a thorough spring cleaning takes place. Jewish kitchens are scrubbed from top to bottom to remove all traces of leaven. The week Continue Reading »


Posted on April 11, 2006

When we were kids, our house was always noisy and full of commotion. There were (and still are, thank God) six kids, and together with our assorted friends, we made quite a baalagan! Passover was a very special time in our home. What with assorted grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, friends, groupies, students from the Coast Continue Reading »


Posted on April 10, 2006

We always read Kosher Blog. It is a great place to visit, and they always have good stuff there. The other day, we found a link there to a great recipe in the Boston Globe. We reproduce it here for your pleasure. Festive fruit kugel April 5, 2006 Margarine or butter (for the dish) 4 Continue Reading »